About The House of Bread

The House of Bread is a fascinating and welcoming place that has had many lives and uses over it’s long history. Parts of the building date back to the 1750’s with other more recent additions in the 1990’s and 2000’s since we have owned the property. It retains much character and charm and has a calm and re-assuring feel about it.

The House of Bread was once the village bakery and shop and during its life it has also housed a furniture maker and been the setting for a religious charity and retreat centre.

It’s current use of holiday cottages and a tea-room, gallery and pottery studio suits it very well and we hope to be here for a long time enjoying and looking after the property and the businesses that we have built and run here.